The Department of Physical Therapy has offered outstanding educational programs in physical therapy for 50 years. Currently, we offer the Doctor of Physical Therapy program for students who want to become physical therapists, an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science program, and a Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program for physical therapists interested in specializing in neurologic physical therapy.

Gail Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA announced as the 2019 Marilyn Gossman lecturer
DPT students attend the 2018 APTA National Student Conclave in Providence, RI
Jennifer Christy named Doctor of Physical Therapy program director
John Lowman, PhD, awarded the Lucy Blair Service Award at the 2018 APTA NEXT conference
James Rimmer, PhD, awarded honorary APTA membership at the 2018 APTA NEXT conference in Orlando, FL
PCORI awards $5.7 million for study on exercise delivery in people with MS


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